Burton Walk has proved to be an exclusive address within the village and an eclectic mix of designs of property favoured quite often for its elevated position and proximity to Brookside Primary School via The nook pedestrian pathway. This particular property could suit professionals or a family and is sold with no upward chain.
The accommodation in brief comprises of hallway whereby a cupboard discreetly houses the modern circuit breaker, an under stairs wc, lounge diner spanning front to rear with the lounge section having a focal point of a real flame effect gas fire with broad front elevation south facing double glazed window. The kitchen is at the rear of the property and has an array of storage cupboard units at both base and eye level, integrated appliances include a dishwasher and fridge, whilst there is plumbing for a washing machine and space for a gas cooker. The walls are fully tiled with brushed metal electrical sockets providing a modern theme. The kitchen has a view over the tiered landscaped garden and towards the church.
At first floor to the landing where there is an oversized loft hatch with a drop down ladder, within the roof space is partial boarding around the loft hatch and a single bayonet light fitting. The main bedroom also has a southerly aspect as per the lounge below with built in bedroom furniture including two wardrobes, dressing table and over bed placement cupboards. Bedroom two is a well proportioned double with a rear aspect double glazed window, the third bedroom is at the front with a useful cupboard over the stairs recess and neutrally presented. The fully tiled bathroom completes the accommodation whereby there is a three piece suite and mains shower over the bath served by the combination boiler which is in the cupboard adjacent.
Outside to the front, a herringbone block paved driveway tarmacced to the side leading to a detached garage with lawned fore garden and low level walling fronting the pavement.
To the right hand elevation a paved path leads to the rear via a timber gate. At the rear there is a full width decked area then four steps lead down to the landscaped garden which is mainly pea gravel with a circular paved area. An additional shed is behi9nd the garage, the garden is fully enclosed by a mixture of timber fencing and natural hedge affording a good deal of privacy.
To find the property leave the village centre along the Main Street towards the church, turn left into Burton Walk and proceed to the top of the hill. Turn left where the property is situated on the left hand side.
All mains services are available and connected to the property which is gas centrally heated. The property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Rushcliffe Borough Council - Tax Band D.
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